Shoutouts/Aux gens importants

Before I get too wrapped up in this blog, I would like to thank everyone who made it possible:

Avant de devenir trop absorbé dans ce blogue, je devrais remercier tous ceux et celles qui l’a rendu possible!

My parents, for supporting, despite whatever misgivings they may have had, every single one of my crazy schemes morally, and logistically and financially whenever possible.

[Mes parents, qui ont appuyé chacune de mes idées folles, malgré leurs hésitations, moralement ainsi que financièrement et logistiquement autant que possible]

While I’m on the topic of logistical support, Allan Thompson, who has devoted his life to this thing since the beginning.

[Je ne peux pas parler de soutien logistique sans remercier Allan Thompson, qui a consacré sa vie a ce projet depuis ses debuts il y avait 5 ans]

My J-family, many of whom are also going to Africa this summer. Cameron (http://dispatchesfromkigali.blogspot.com), Mbonisi (http://zomkhonto.wordpress.com), Eugène, Jean-Sébastien, Samantha (an honourary j-schooler, no doubt about it). and Evgeniya, and others. Thanks for never letting each other fall.

[Ma famille de l’école de journalisme de Carleton, dont plusieurs voyageront aussi en Afrique cette année: Cameron, Mbonisi, Eugène, Jean-Sébastien, Samantha et Evgeniya, et les autres. On ne s’est laissé tomber jamais, et les mots ne peuvent pas décrire combien j’en suis reconnaissante]

My best friend Devan, for being my best friend.

[Mon meilleur ami Devan, pour étant mon meilleur ami.]

Comme la langue francaise m’a litteralement ouvert toutes les portes pour que cette année inoubliable soit possible, je dois remercier Yves, Francine, Ali, Irina, Christiane, et Chantal pour tout leur aide !!!!!!

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About msmarguerite

Young Quebec City-based freelance journalist. once and future nomad. I blog about life, about travel, about things I notice and every so often about work. I enjoy language learning, singing, swing dancing, skating and...other stuff, sometimes. My heart is somewhere in East Africa, Haiti or Eastern Europe. English, français, русский, malo slovensko, un poco de espanol, um pouco de português ndiga ikirundi, mwen ap aprann kreyòl...
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